Join us as a panel of experts discusses challenges in developing, launching and commercialising ATMPs in Europe. The panel of industry leaders will also share insights into which specific requirements have to be met to ensure the progress of European cell and gene therapy.
Eureka Therapeutics has received a $10.6 million grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to support its ongoing ARYA-2 Phase I study of ET140203 for the treatment of refractory/relapsed liver cancer for pediatric patients.
UK-based independent innovation and technology organization Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult (CGT Catapult), has officially opened new laboratories and offices in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, BioQuarter – enhancing Edinburgh’s role as a hub for cell therapies.
BioCentriq launched their new LEAP™ Advanced Therapy Platform at the 29th International Society for Cell & Gene Therapy (ISCT) annual event with proven assets and expertise to help early-stage biotech companies effectively deliver to patients without compromising quality.
This Case Study demonstrates how the Association for the Advancement of Blood & Biotherapeutics (AABB) evaluated the apparent challenges in identifying and retaining employees due to a shortage in the worldwide biotherapies workforce.
This Case Study demonstrates how the use of Akadeum’s microbubble platform offers a simple and highly tunable isolation and activation workflow that generates T cells ready for suspended cell culture and downstream applications, such as genetic modification and expansion, and discusses the potential impact of the solution on cancer treatment.
Gaining market and patient access in Europe has presented many cell and gene therapy companies with barriers. The advanced therapies industry is currently facing a dilemma: scientific advancement is exceeding market and reimbursement adaptation.